Publications of Kathrin Kläsener

Journal Article (6)

Journal Article
Hüttle, S.; Kläsener, K.; Schweizer, M.; Schneppenheim, J.; Oberg, H.-H.; Kabelitz, D.; Reth, M.; Saftig, P.; Schröder, B.: Processing of CD74 by the Intramembrane Protease SPPL2a Is Critical for B Cell Receptor Signaling in Transitional B Cells. The Journal of Immunology 195, pp. 1548 - 1563 (2015)
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Thien, A.; Prentzell, M. T.; Holzwarth, B.; Kläsener, K.; Kuper, I.; Boehlke, C.; Sonntag, A. G.; Ruf, S.; Maerz, L.; Nitschke, R. et al.; Grellscheid, S.-N.; Reth, M.; Walz, G.; Baumeister, R.; Neumann-Haefelin, E.; Thedieck, K.: TSC1 Activates TGF-β-Smad2/3 Signaling in Growth Arrest and Epithelial-to-Mesenchymal Transition. Developmental Cell 32, pp. 617 - 630 (2015)
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Alsadeq, A.; Hobeika, E.; Medgyesi, D.; Kläsener, K.; Reth, M.: The Role of the Syk/Shp-1 Kinase-Phosphatase Equilibrium in B Cell Development and Signaling. The Journal of Immunology 193, pp. 268 - 276 (2014)
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Hutzler, S.; Özgör, L.; Naito-Matsui, Y.; Kläsener, K.; Winkler, T. H.; Reth, M.; Nitschke, L.: The Ligand-Binding Domain of Siglec-G Is Crucial for Its Selective Inhibitory Function on B1 Cells. The Journal of Immunology 192, pp. 5406 - 5414 (2014)
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Kläsener, K.; Maity, P. C.; Hobeika, E.; Yang, J.; Reth, M.: B cell activation involves nanoscale receptor reorganizations and inside-out signaling by Syk. eLife 3, pp. 1 - 17 (2014)
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Thedieck, K.; Holzwarth, B.; Prentzell, M. T.; Boehlke, C.; Kläsener, K.; Ruf, S.; Sonntag, A. G.; Maerz, L.; Sushma-Nagaraja, G.; Kremmer, E. et al.; Nitschke, R.; Kuehn, E. W.; Jonker, J. W.; Groen, A. K.; Reth, M.; Hall, M. N.; Baumeister, R.: Inhibition of mTORC1 by Astrin and Stress Granules Prevents Apoptosis in Cancer Cells. Cell 154, pp. 859 - 874 (2013)

Thesis - Diploma (1)

Thesis - Diploma
Kläsener, K.: Class specific protein-interactions of the B cell antigen receptor on the plasma membrane. Diploma, Albert-Ludwigs University, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany (2011)
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